Developers of the crowdfunded space game “Star Citizen”, are being sued by game engine maker Crytek for copyright infringement and breach of contract.
The estate for Prince sued a small YouTuber for uploading songs from a Prince concert after the YouTuber filed a DMCA counter notification.
Its all fun and games at New York Comic Con until someone breaks an intellectual property law. Looking at several IP violations that commonly occur at Cons.
A costume company sued Kmart for copyright infringement for stealing the look of a banana costume. Really.
King’s College and its football coach were sued for copyright infringement for retweeting a link to an unauthorized image of a single page of a book.
Netflix sent a very cutely worded cease and desist letter to a “Stranger Things” themed bar but is it even effective?
A judge has issued a decision holding that an Off-Broadway parody of Dr. Seuss’s The Grinch Whole Stole Christmas is protected fair use and therefore not copyright infringement.
A “Star Wars” inspired fan has created a pretty amazing 3D printed lightsaber that can be made at home but will it lead to copyright infringement problems for him and people that want to create their own.
Disneyland Paris came up with a very original idea of selling customizable wands from a shop in its amusement park but is there anything that Universal can do about it?
In 2016, artist Kerne Erickson’s publisher, Grey Young Publishing (“GYP”) sued online retailer, Zazzle, for copyright infringement. GYP presented evidence that Zazzle users had designed and sometimes sold products such as t-shirts, posters, and postcards, featuring nearly 40 of Erickson’s paintings. Last week, the jury agreed and hit Zazzle with a $460,000 verdict. Zazzle is